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Nov 16, 2012 9:00am EST
knew at the time he was being investigated by the fbi. much of the focus on the fallout has been on susan rice, who said early on it appeared to be the work of protestors, not terrorists, as it now appears. secretary of state hillary clinton is also expected to testify after an internal review is complete. that may happen next month. allison? >> sarah, thank you so much. >>> the looming fiscal cliff takes center stage at the white house today. president obama is meeting with the leaders of both parties from the house and senate this morning to start negotiations on avoiding the tax hikes and spending cuts. this afternoon the president will sit down with the heads of 13 civil rights groups to get their input on the negotiations. >>> there are worries of a looming war between israel and hamas after more rockets were fired from gaza overnight. this morning another rocket hit the biggest city of tel aviv. yesterday was the first time in 20 years air raid sirens went off in the capital. some 500 rockets were fired from gaza since wednesday and in responsiveness israel launched 150 air
FOX
Nov 15, 2012 11:00pm EST
if it was scientific evidence as it was presented that it was enough for us to question his alibi. >> in fact, an fbi agent told the court there was a one in 10 million chance the hair did not belong to santae tribble. susan dankoff said she remembers careful deliberations in the jury room, but is conflicted by her role all these years later. >> intellectually i don't feel responsible. i think that it was a thoughtful process in the deliberations and that we made as a group, we made what i think ended up as a unanimous decision and if everybody doesn't come along at the same pace -- even if everybody didn't come along at the same pace based on what there was that we were offered. emotionally i feel terrible. >> another juror, anita woodruff, told the court, "i remember the other jurors. when we got in the jury room saying that if they found the stocking cap with his hair then had he to be guilty and that was it. that's -- he had to be guilty and that was it. that's what the jury based everything else. how else could his hair get in there unless he had the stocking cap on?" the u.s. attorney's office
FOX
Nov 15, 2012 10:00pm EST
. we now know the identity of the fbi agent who first saw the e- mail exchanges between petraeus' mistress paula broadwell and tampa socialite jill kelley. his name is frederick humphries. he alerted his superiors about the e-mails which then led to the investigation that uncovered the affair. >>> let's take it outside now, plenty of clouds today, kept the temperatures pretty cool. here's live look outside tonight from northwest d.c. will the sunshine break through tomorrow? let's check in with sue palka and find out. >> i think we will have a nice sunny end to our workweek, but we have clouds hanging around tonight and down toward the northern neck and lower southern maryland we're actually seeing maybe some indication of light rain with sleet. you can see it here, a lot of clouds still hanging around the area. this is coming from a weak disturbance well down to the south. i don't think this precipitation will get much further north, but keeping an eye on places like montrose and just to the west of st. george island. perhaps that orange and yellow is a little sleet mixing with
FOX
Nov 16, 2012 7:00am EST
to question his alibi. >> reporter: in fact, an fbi agent told the court there was a one in 10 million chance the hair did not belong to the suspect. susan remembers careful deliberations in the jury room, but was conflicted by her role these years later. >> intellectually i don't feel responsible. i think that it was a thoughtful process in the deliberations and that we made, as a group we made what i think ended up as a unanimous decision, if everyone didn't come along at the same pace. based on what there was that we were offered. emotionally, i felt terrible. >> reporter: another juror told the court, i remember the other jurors, when we got in the jury room saying if they found the stocking cap with his hair, then he had to be guilty and that was it. that's what the jury based everything on. how else could his hair get in there unless he had the stocking cap on? the u.s. attorney's office is not opposing tribble's request for the certificate of innocence, which he needs for restitution, up to $50,000 for every year he spent locked up. though th
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